Does my car insurance cover hit-and-run accidents?
I haven't been involved in a hit-and-run accident, but it's happened to several people I know. Now I'm a bit paranoid. Will my car insurance cover hit-and-run accidents?
“If you have bare-bones liability insurance, you probably aren’t covered in the event of a hit-and-run. However, you can add some coverages to your policy to make certain you’re covered if this scenario should occur.
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